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Many everyday objects (such as amusement park rides, cars, elevators, and ovens) that you might not normally associate with a computer or information system, in fact, are today.
There are obvious benefits, but are there risks as well?
For instance, would you feel more or less comfortable riding on a roller coaster that was computer controlled?
Do the benefits of computerizing an increasing number of everyday objects outweigh the potential risks?
Why or why not?